The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Paul Kerr: March 2017
41 Club, who came around Tattenhall and other villages with Father Christmas and his float, have made donations to Tattenhall Rainbows,Sandstone Scouts, Tattenhall Opal Club and Tattenhall Rhyme Time.
A big thank you to all who contributed and enabled us to support these local good causes.
41 Club was formed in 1945 to provide a way for members of Round Table to continue their friendships after retirement from Round Table at the then obligatory age of 40. The Club's main purpose is to support Round Table and, if possible, participate in local community service initiatives or charity work.
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